Most people don't want to exercise, but everyone needs to exercise. This plan will help.
The issue is a culture of too little personal responsibility and capacity for discomfort.
The only avenue for change is a willingness to stand against the insanity that currently entrenches most in lifelong nutrition-related strife.
The most sustainable, sensible, and successful lifestyle habits aren’t always sexy, but they work.
Few influences have been as broadly destructive as unchecked smartphone culture and junk food eating habits.
Kids won’t grow up to have healthy phone boundaries, relationships, or nutritional habits if their parents don’t provide that model.
With all this knowledge and abundance, why are our problems getting worse?
If you want to make a difference in the world, start with the relationships you build with those around you.
Society has made a quantum leap in the past two decades. Education must do the same, if we are to equip our kids to handle the future.
There are simple, concrete steps that must be taken if we are to reclaim our society from the jaws of predatory industries.
A successful fitness community is centered around building relationships, not rounds, reps, or PRs.
The answers to most people's fitness questions are simple, but that doesn't mean they're easy.
The unbridled power of the pharmaceutical industry is creating a universally drugged society.
The pace of technology has outstripped our capacity to attenuate its negative effects on our lives.
Creating addiction is an especially profitable business model, and business is booming in every segment of our society.
The biggest improvement in our society’s health may come from a strong dose of common sense.
If you want to be healthy, you must first learn to be tough.